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We had a great CityServe weekend! The audio from Sunday's sessions are available online. Also, if you missed CityTalk on Saturday morning, the video of that event will be available later this week, so check back!

This Wednesday, September 21, Larry Jensen and James Armfield will present a fun, factual overview of the Memphis story – past, present, and future. This presentation will take place at 6:30pm in the Chapel, following MidWeek dinner.

This Friday, September 16, at 7:00pm, come enjoy an evening of classical and sacred music, filled with both the delicate sounds of the harp and the majestic notes of the pipe organ. Repertoire by Vivaldi, Mendelssohn, and Guilmant will be performed, as well as Paul Halley’s Celtic ...

With responsive readings, traditional hymns, and corporate confessions involved in worship at Second Presbyterian, you may wonder why these different elements are routinely included in the services. Especially for those who come from other church backgrounds, the format can feel unfamiliar. So why ...

On September 14, from 11:30am-12:30pm in C310, there will be a luncheon for parents of children 0-18. Sandy Willson will be speaking on the importance of worshipping with children. This lunch is free to attend; childcare will not be provided. Please RSVP to Mandy Morse by September 12: ...

The final session of our Bach Vespers concert series is August 31 at 6:30pm in the Chapel. Join us for an evening of beautiful music and reflection. The concert is free to attend and nursery is provided. Learn more. 

At Sunday's Vision Night service, we took a look back at the past year of ministry and a look forward to the future. Vision Night resources are now available.

Last week Sandy Willson and Rufus Smith, Senior Pastor of Hope Church, sat down together for a conversation concerning recent events in our nation and city. Their discussion during this time included how local church leaders are responding to these events, keys to having a diverse church ...

Why Bach?

Aug 04, 2016

By: Gabe Statom, Director of Music Not only have I been asked by people over the last 20 years why I like the music of Bach so much, but I have continued to ask myself what draws me to this music. Although I'm not sure I truly know, some of the reasons I think are: 1. I do not fully understand ...

With Arms Wide Open

Aug 01, 2016

Over the past year, the term “refugee” has become ubiquitous. But who exactly does it refer to?  According to the UN refugee agency, a refugee is someone who crosses a border in order to flee conflict or persecution. Today, this is the reality for more than 21 million ...

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